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Everyone (whatever your preferred service) is warmly invited and encouraged to join together this coming Sunday for a special farewell service to Sarah and James Couchman.
This Sanctuary Service is the third in our series on the Lord's Prayer. Titled 'Your Kingdom Come', Sarah Couchman is leading the service and the talk is by Dave Phillips.
The second Sunday for our Lord's Prayer theme - Part 2 'Hallowed be your name'
This week: Our Father in Heaven Hallowed by your name
This week’s Sanctuary will look forward in words and music to the diamond jubilee celebrations for Queen Elizabeth.
This week we will be studying Chapter 3 and gaining an understanding of what is excellent (in life, not just in a school report)
This week Tony Haines will look at Paul’s advice to Titus on ‘Training the Troops’.
Tony Haines will be speaking on Paul’s strategy for Titus’ work in ‘Training the Troops’ and Dave Parr will be leading Communion
After a fascinating introduction to the character of a Titus last week, we will now discover what he was doing on Crete …. He certainly wasn’t having a holiday!
After Tom’s introduction to the character of Titus last week, on Sunday we will discover more about the special challenge he has been set in Crete.
This week Tom will be talking to us on “Titus – a good man to have at your side”. Everyone is very welcome!
Sunday 05 June on Weston Rec
This Sunday at our Sanctuary Communion service we begin an inspiring series on Titus. Please join us to think about Titus - a good man to have at your side.
We have another watery theme at our One Church service this Sunday at 10.30am. We will be welcoming the Escott family who will be bringing little Felix for baptism..... our first baptism in the church for a long time!
Sarah Couchman will be leading our service and Pippa Page will helping us explore the honest experiences of believing and doubting and trusting when we can’t see.
Today, as we come to the end of Easter week, following last Sunday's celebrations of Our Lord’s resurrection, Pippa Page will be speaking to us. Her title is “Doubting and Believing - believing even when we don’t see”
10.30am Service, titled: 'Resurrection - the foundation and anchor of our faith'
It’s Palm Sunday and we are looking forward to welcoming Rich Miles, the Director of Movement, who will be speaking on ‘the nature of praise - living and telling our story; worship - our personal relationship with God.’
We look forward to welcoming Rich Miles, the Director of Movement, who will be speaking on ‘the nature of praise - living and telling our story; worship - our personal relationship with God.’
This Sunday's One Church service will be a special occasion to gather as a church family. Sarah Couchman and Naomi Pendle will be helping us think about what it means to be a church that steps out in faith.
Engage this week we will be welcoming Penelope Swithenbank as our guest speaker.
We are very excited to welcome Penelope Swithinbank to speak to us on the subject of "A Nurturing Church", continuing in our series of "What sort of church ought we to be?"
Engage this week is also focussing on the Servant Church as part of our series ‘what sort of a church ought we to be’.
This week’s Sanctuary Service will reflect on the church as a servant or serving church. Tony Haines will be speaking.
Ruth Rhodes will be speaking to us and taking us through the story from Acts 10 of Peter's encounter with Cornelius and bring examples of how we can apply it for today.
Ruth Rhodes will be speaking from Acts chapter 10, which is about Peter’s vision when he was staying at Simon the Tanner’s house.
Sarah Couchman and Claire Parr will share the leading of this service with a lovely theme of 'Hospitality'.
At this week’s Sanctuary Service, at 09:00hrs on Sunday 27 February, we shall reflect on the theme: "A church that walks the talk”.
We look forward to welcoming you to our engage service where we will look at how we can live authentic lives and be a church that walks the talk.
This Sunday Dave Phillips will be speaking to us on the subject of ‘Standing Up and Standing Firm’.
We will be looking at the story of the Fiery Furnace in the book of Daniel. We will be thinking about how God helps us to be church in a hostile culture.
We are delighted to be welcoming Area Dean Rev'd Stephen Girling who will be opening up the theme of being a church which lives and gives generously...
This service will be a time to worship and pray and we are delighted that Rev Stephen Girling will be joining us again to inspire us to live and give generously.
This is the once-in-a-month opportunity for us all to come together as fellow members of All Saints Church - whatever our ‘preferred’ service on a normal Sunday is.
Engage will be following the theme of a ‘whole-hearted and committed church’ as we prepare ourselves to pledge what we can to the work of reimagining our church for the kingdom of God.
Every service is special but this one this week is even more special as we launch our second appeal to raise funds for the ROCK Project.
This week The Venerable Adrian Youings, Archdeacon of Bath, will be preaching on the subject of “A Church Where Everyone is Connected and Valued”.
Archdeacon Adrian explores with us what it means to be part of Christ’s body joined together with all the weird and wonderful worshippers at All Saints this Sunday.
Paddy Gleave will be speaking about ‘A thoroughly equipped church’ as he unpacks some verses from the book of Timothy.
We continue the New Year theme at the Sanctuary service when Paddy Gleave, one of our hard working church wardens will be speaking on “A thoroughly equipped church”. His title is ‘Your story, our story, God’s story.’
Sarah Couchman will be leading with Dave Parr who will be exploring our calling to be 'Holy and Godly'.
Please join us for our Sanctuary service this week when Dave Parr will help us consider what it means to be called to be 'Holy and Godly'.
As a church at the start of 2022, we face many challenges ranging from Covid to the recent news of the resignation of our Rector Mark, pushing ahead with the ROCK Project and many more.
Pippa Page will be leading and Tom Peryer will be speaking on the subject: ‘Four Steps We All Need to Take’. A prize for anyone who works out what those steps are in advance of the service.
FAMILY CHRISTMAS SING - Tuesday 14 December 2021 at 7.30pm in All Saints Church. Get that festive feeling at an evening of uplifting carols and gospel performances
You are invited to join in the worship this Sunday and hear how we can be “living stones” carefully chosen by God with Jesus as the cornerstone.
We will be exploring how we can play our part in the construction of a "sanctuary, vibrant with life", as we sing, pray and open up God's word together.
There will be something for everyone at this service, no matter your age. Sarah Couchman will help us think about living and growing in testing times.
Our Rocks, Stones and Pebbles series takes us to the Stony Ground as found in the parable of the sower.
For our Advent Sunday Sanctuary service we have a special guest speaker - Rev. Stephen Girling from Bath Abbey.
Stephen Girling, the Area Dean, who is also the Missioner at Bath Abbey, will preach on 'Not one stone left'
This week Rachel Stone will be speaking about David and Goliath, with the title “Against all the Odds / Five smooth stones”
Rachael Stone will be speaking on 1 Samuel Ch 17, of how David slaying Goliath with one smooth stone applies to our everyday lives here in Bath.
Dave Parr will be leading and preaching at this service, which starts at around 11.20am immediately after the service at the war memorial.
Dave Parr will unpack the passage from Ecclesiastes weaving in our theme of rocks, pebbles and stones.
This week we are delving into the Jordan, well almost, as Joshua and the Israelites cross over on dry land with our faithful God showing them the way of trust and obedience.
This week we will be exploring a memorable day when the River Jordan stopped flowing. There will be the first outing of The River Jordan Rap, we will build a cairn, and write or draw on stones - and lots more.
We encourage you to join us for our Engage service at 11am on Sunday, when we will be singing, praying and opening up God's word as we study Jacob’s Dream.
This week we will be looking at the first of our rocks, stones and pebbles series starting with 'A Rocky Night’ from Genesis 28.
We will be looking and exploring the woman who anoints Jesus’ feet. Luke 7 v 36-50.
Naomi Pendle will be speaking on the subject of “Love poured out” thinking about the lady who washed Jesus’ feet with her tears and wiped them with her hair.
We will be exploring what it means to 'Prepare the Way' as we sing, pray and open up God's word.
Our theme will be 'Prepare The Way' which will be reflected in words, music and images.
This week we will be thinking about the outcome of our faith and God’s faithfulness to us as we trust in the authority of Jesus.
Sarah Couchman will be leading us through the service with some joyful worship led by Phil Day and Tom Peryer will introduce us to Ruth and Boaz.
Our Harvest Celebration this Sunday will be led by Rev Claire Parr and Tom Peryer will be speaking on the story of Ruth and Boaz
This week Pete Ward will be leading and Tony Haines will be speaking, continuing with our series on Luke's Gospel as he gets to grips with species of dust and planks of wood.
This week Tony Haines is speaking on 'Specks of dust and planks of wood' from Luke 6:17-36
This week Sarah Couchman will be leading and Dave Parr will be speaking, continuing with our series on Luke's Gospel. Dave will also be sharing with the Engage congregation his good news about his next steps in following his calling as a disciple.
This week Rev Dave Parr will be speaking on the title ‘Love your enemies?' from Luke 6:17-36.
This week Tom Peryer will be leading and Sarah Couchman will be speaking, continuing with our series on Luke's Gospel.
This week Sarah Couchman is speaking about being 'Called and Chosen' from Luke 6:12-26.
This week, Mark will be asking the question again, Why Church and looking at how together we grow.
This week, Mark will be asking the question again, Why Church and looking at how together we have a purpose.
This week, Mark will be asking the question again, Why Church and looking at how together we are encouraged.
This week, Mark will be asking the question again, Why Church and looking at how together we are a the body of Christ.
This week, Mark will be asking the question again, Why Church and looking at how together we are a church family.
Monica will be speaking from Acts 6 and 7. Come, pause and pray with us and allow God to restore your soul.
Please join Sarah Couchman at the kitchen table for this week's Sanctuary service.
Sanctuary on Sunday looks at what happens when Christians get locked up (not locked down).
Wes Poirot is preaching this week and it's his last Sunday with us at All Saints. We will be saying farewell.
Join us for the concluding part of 24 hours in the life of Peter and John when Rachael Stone, our Prayer Pastor, will be speaking on the celebratory prayer that saw the safe release of Peter and John.
This week's Sanctuary service has a focus on spending time with Jesus. Ruth Rhodes will speak to us from Acts 4.
Wes Poirot takes a further look at the story of Peter and John at the temple, which we started exploring last week, and asks, "What are you looking at?"
The Holy Spirit has been poured out on all people and the disciples take the first steps out.
This week we will be looking at Acts 2:14-40 and how we are all called to be witnesses of Jesus.
We will celebrate and be challenged by recalling that first day when the Holy Spirit fell and a river called the church started flowing and continues to flow today.
We start this week with a behind the scenes glimpse of the making of the service, the great team who help prepare and distribute the service and some of our much-loved church family who have found the service to be a lifeline over the last year.
Sanctuary service this week is about breakfast on the beach! Everyone is very welcome!
As we start to emerge from lockdown, Mark leads us and introduces the new teaching series, 'Waiting and Witnessing'.
This week Mark Searle will be preaching on the new community and Tom Peryer will be leading, with contributions from Liz Chatfield and Robin and Ming-Keng Teoh.
At this Sunday's Sanctuary service we are encouraged to wake up! Rub the sleep from our eyes and look afresh at all that surrounds us.
We will be singing rousing hymns and Wes will be preaching on “The New Way”. Our reading and prayers will be led by a very special couple from our church family (do tune in to find out which one!) and Pippa will be leading us through the service.
Question: What is the connection between Ludwig Van Beethoven and Mahalia Jackson? Answer: Their thrilling music features in the Easter Sunday Sanctuary service.
Join us online and then come and join us in the churchyard from just after 12pm to collect a palm cross
Mark Searle
We will be open from 4-6pm from Monday 29 - Friday 02.
Mark Searle
Bath Abbey is live streaming a service of Holy Communion with choir at 7.30pm.
Easter reflections, displays plus an Easter egg hunt and Easter trail around the outside of the Church - this Fri and Sat
Mark Searle
The story as told in the gospels, illustrated by powerful paintings and music.